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Casting a magic spell
REMEMBER ROMEO, the purse-snatching dog in "Magic Magic"? He is no ordinary canine, but an animal celebrity who has played lead roles in several Hollywood productions. Barkley is his original name. Romeo and his co-stars, Marcello the poodle ...
Sharan Apparao brings an exclusive collection of Maheshwari saris, dupattas and yardage at an exhibition "Summer Colours" which opens this Friday at Fabindia.
Vinyasa Art Gallery's annual affordable art show, which is on till June 25, brings together works of both the well-known and lesser known artists.
Robin Singh and W.V. Raman, former Indian cricketers, are on a different mission training youngsters at The National Cricket Academy under-19 South Zone camp, which is on in the city.
IS SRIKANTH still soft on Sneha? The answer lies in the success of their new film "Parthipan Kanavu" in which they get "married on screen". In the film, Srikanth has ventured forth to play the role of a man who lives in a fantasy world. Sneha ...
VIKRAM HAS done it again; his "Saamy" is a super hit! The film has grossed over Rs. 7 crores in 10 days from 100-odd centres in Tamil Nadu. In Kerala also, the film is doing fantastic business and may turn out to be a bigger hit than ...
ANOTHER TV hostess is all set to make her big screen debut. She is Shriya the hottest Veejay on SS Music who hosts "Phonetastic". She is making her debut in the Telugu film "Appudappuda" along with another newcomer Raju and the film is slated for ...
THE JET Li and DMX combo film "Cradle 2 The Grave", releasing this Friday, is a veritable tossed salad of vintage Hollywood action plus martial arts and is a great entertainer. The movie packs in a sting with its superbly choreographed action ...
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